Sunday, January 17, 2016

Sanctity of Life Sunday 2016, Mansfield, Ohio

A group of hearty souls marched Sunday afternoon to the downtown square in Mansfield, Ohio to mark the tragic 43th Anniversary of the unfathomably wicked United States Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade. That decision singlehandedly "legalized" the mass murder of babies throughout the United States. Allowing abortion-on-demand can only be called an American atrocity, a holocaust. What it means is that nearly 60 million American lives were prematurely terminated since that dreaded edict. Innocent lives condemned to death before they had a chance at life.

If those facts weren't chilling enough, the temperature at the event was around 19 degrees, but with the wind chill factored in, it was maybe 12 degrees. The main speaker, who drove in from Toledo, thankfully abbreviated his message so that the crowd would survive to march again.

Here are a few of the signs on display at the Gazebo on the Square in downtown Mansfield:

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